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Bell peppers are a great source of vitamin C. They contain twice as much (by weight) as citrus fruits!

Recipes

Fresh vegetables and herbs are fun to grow and delicious to use in the kitchen. Here are some of our favorite recipes for cooking with the Burpee Home Gardens plants grown in your own garden.


Vegetable  Recipes
Bean Kale Squash - Winter
BOOST Collection Kohlrabi Strawberry
Broccoli Lettuce & Greens Swiss Chard
Brussels Sprouts Melon Tomato - Beefsteak
Bumper Crop (Grafted) Okra Tomato - Heirloom
Cabbage Onion Tomato - Heirloom Marriage
Cauliflower Pepper - Banana Tomato - Paste & Saladette
Celery Pepper - Hot Tomato - Slicer
Cucumber Pepper - Sweet Tomato - Small Fruited
Eggplant Pumpkin Watermelon
Fennel Squash - Summer Zucchini
Herb  Recipes
"To Go" Combo Lavender Sage
Basil Lemon Balm Savory
Catnip Mint Stevia
Chives Oregano Sweet Marjoram
Cilantro Parsley Tarragon
Dill Rosemary Thyme




Spicy Red Rubin Basil Butter
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Red Rubin is a nice addition to this flavorful herbed butter.
 
Spicy Red Rubin Basil Butter
 
Ingredients
 
1 stick softened butter
1/4 cup finely slivered Red Rubin basil
1 clove finely diced garlic
1 tbsp finely diced hot pepper
1/8 tsp ground cumin
Cooked pasta
Red and yellow peppers
Broccoli florets
Scallions
 
 
Directions
 
Mix together the butter with the Red Rubin basil. Blend in the garlic, hot pepper and cumin. Place the mixture on a 10" sheet of waxed paper. Roll butter into a compact cylinder. Chill the butter until ready to use.

Pasta and Vegetables: Toss the cooked pasta with 2 tbsp of Red Rubin basil butter and add lightly steamed red and yellow peppers, broccoli florets and scallions.



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